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Join us for the last in our new series of Lunch & Learns . Adam Kenningham-Brown - Course Leader & Senior Lecturer, Anglia Ruskin University, will focus on recognising and managing psychiatric patients.
Taking place at 12:15-12:45 this session will focus on Personality Disorders and Schizophrenia. This event will be held via Zoom.
Personality disorders are more prevalent than you think, in this session we're going to look at how to talk to these patients, set and manage expectations, and generally try to have more productive encounters.
All of these sessions can be quite emotive. Come with an open mind and ready for people, the speaker included, to occasionally misspeak. The purpose of these sessions is to give you some background to conditions we see all the time, some of it may just be reaffirming practice you already do, some of it may be new. It's all about tackling the unmanageable, how to handle psychiatric complaints as a paramedic.
If you have struggled to find time to do CPD recently, our 30-minute bite size sessions will fit right into your lunch break! These five weekly webinars will refresh your knowledge of relevant legislation and encourage evidence-based approaches to patients experiencing substance misuse, suicide and personality disorders.
Please see the event recordings, now on the CPD hub for the other sessions in the series in June and July on an Introduction to L&L, Organic vs Psychiatric, Substance Misuse, Suicide and Self Harm, Affective Disorders.
CPD Certificates provided
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